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World History Lesson Plans

K Preczewski

Unit: Chapter 20: Revolutions in Europe and Latin America

Time Period: May 9-May 20

I. Learning Essentials:
6.3.1: Europe-Analyze the economic, political, and social transformations in Europe by using historical
and modern maps to describe how the wars of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic periods and
growing nationalism changed the political geography of Europe and other regions.

II. Assessments:
Summative Assessment Date
Political Ideology Poster 5/19/14
Chapter 20 Test 5/20/14

III. Daily Activities and Learning Goals:

Friday
5/9/14
Students will have a test on Chapter 21 The Industrial Revolution.
Then, students will read Chapter 20-1 and take notes on
conservatism, liberalism, and nationalism, as well as conflicts in
Serbia, Greece, and other revolts.

Compare nationalism,
conservatism, and liberalism



Monday
5/12/14
Class will begin with a formative quiz on conservatism, liberalism,
and nationalism (20-1). . Then, class will review the Congress of
Vienna and conservatism, liberalism, and nationalism. Then,
students will be grouped and assigned a specific country to research
Analyze the effects of the
Congress of Vienna on European
countries
Date Activities/Materials Learning Goal
and present to the class. Revolutions that will be discussed are:
German States, Greece, Serbia, Italy, Austria, France,

Tuesday
5/13/14
Class will begin with time for students to complete their
posters/presentation (10 minutes). Then, students will present their
revolution to the class.
Compare European revolutions
in terms of people, causes,
effects, and ideologies
Wednesday
5/14/14
Class will begin with a formative quiz. Then, students will finish
presenting their revolution to the class. For homework, students will
map the revolutions in Europe and Latin America.
Compare European revolutions
in terms of people, causes,
effects, and ideologies
Thursday
5/15/14
Class will begin with a formative quiz on the revolutions from
Tuesday and Wednesday. Then, class will discuss Latin American
revolutions in Mexico, Haiti, Venezuela, and Columbia. Students will
create a time line of the revolutions.

Compare Latin American
revolutions in terms of people,
effects, and ideologies
Friday
5/16/14
Class will begin with a formative quiz on 20-3. Then, students will
review political ideologies by creating a poster depicting one of the
ideologies (liberalism, nationalism, conservatism). Posters are due
Monday.

Compare nationalism,
conservatism, and liberalism

Monday
5/19/14
Class will begin with a formative quiz on the chapter. Then, students
will review for their test tomorrow.

Tuesday
5/20/14
Class will begin by reviewing Chapter 20. Then, students will take a
test on Chapter 20: Revolutions.



Wednesday
5/21/14

Thursday
5/22/14

Friday
5/23/14